Monday, April 14, 2014

DA’s Ayisafani TV Ad

The government-controlled SABC removed the Democratic Alliance’s (DA) ‘Ayisafani’ television commercial from the airwaves because it apparently incited violence. So said SABC spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago on Friday.

DA’s Ayisafani Ad Violates Electoral Code Of Conduct

Here’s the ad the ANC does not want South Africans (their voters) to see. 

Don’t for one moment think that the ANC has underestimated the power of technology (eg, YouTube). They’re fully aware that the longer they keep the majority sheeple in poverty (and stupidity) the longer they will remain in power.


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Mon,June 16th,2014

I am a South African living in the UK and came across this blogsite. It ' feels ' a lot like embittered ,deluded,extreme right wing propaganda.There are also quite a few spelling mistakes.I wouldn't use you for translation services unless you correct these :-) ?

Why do you try and promote that DA election ad ...surely they wouldn't endorse some of these extreme views.Why also do you not have the - courage - to state who you are and stand by your statements ?

All that odd stuff about ' marxists and communists ' , ..... heart of darkness bla bla bla ; you really are living in a by-gone age.

* I am SO impressed by the HIGH International production standards of ' Shoreline ' on SABC 2
& 3.This production is world class. I am presently trying to pitch it to : BBC 2,UKTV,the EDEN Channel (' Coast and Beyond ' Sir David Attenborough / Blue Planet / Brian Cox ) for distribution in the UK and across the European Union.

That way tourism to RSA can be increased and a lot more people will know about the country.Sure,there are real problems and issues there and challenges to be overcome.I don't deny that.

I would prefer that Pres Zuma is replaced as president,but real progress has been made in 20 years.The economy is 3 x times bigger than in 1994...and could grow further if managed correctly.

I expect you'll delete my comments,but I challenge you to leave them showing that you able to hear from and debate with people,with whom you might disagree on certain things.

Best regards

*Met eerlike en opregte beste groete uit 'n Engels-sprekende Suid-Afrikaner in Europa. Ek wens jou goed maar ek het nie eens met 'n paar van wat je se.

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